Traverse Glove

Traverse Glove

Big Game : Open Country
$35.00
(8 Reviews)

Patterned for a tighter feel, the Traverse Glove has the same benefits as the rest of the Traverse family, so it can be worn alone or in combination with the Stormfront Glove. A solid addition to your big game system across seasons and pursuits. Conductive thread technology in the index finger and thumb keeps your GPS on point, even when you’re off the grid.


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FEATURES & SPECS
  • GORE™ OPTIFADE™ Concealment Open Country is scientifically optimized for engagement ranges of 50 yards and beyond at ground level in rocky terrain above the timber line.

  • Weight: 2.4 oz.

  • Fabric: Polyester Spandex Knit

  • Silver threads in the index finger and thumb allow operation of a touch screen.

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Rich Stockdale
Reviewed On 12/04/2019

I have been using these gloves for over a year now so I feel I can give them an accurate review. I was looking for a light glove that would also fit inside my flip mitts as a liner glove which these do nicely. By combining the two I can hunt in a very wide range of temps and stay comfortable. I snipped the thumb and index finger off with scissors as soon as I got them and have been wearing, and washing them without any significant fraying of the fabric. I will certainly get another pair if these ever wear out.

mark voegeli
Reviewed On 08/27/2018

I bought this glove for early season elk archery in Colorado. My hands generally get cold when temps are a little cooler out. With pre dawn temps in the 39-41 degree range these gloves kept my hands comfortable all through the morning while hiking. I found myself leaving them on all through the morning even when temps got into the low 70s. My hands never felt hot as the day warmed up. The palm and fingers have a pattern of the Sitka symbol staggered on them which adds extra grip on the bow when carrying it. The extra index finger and thumb grip pad is nice on the release and also allows for use of touch screens without removing a glove.

Chip Lamar
Reviewed On 08/19/2018

These gloves are the most disappointing Sitka gear I've owned. The gloves are not warm considering their bulk. I use them for Colorado archery elk season and my hands get cold in the morning wearing these. I'll go back to using $15 hardware store gloves. They have been durable, however.

Ryan Lynch
Reviewed On 01/12/2018

These are great utility gloves. Warm for how thin they are. My only critique would be to modify the grip so that there is more silicone on fingers and palm. Otherwise over time, this get pretty slick when using. I also like the newer antimocrobial fabric. Seems to stave off odor much better.

They may look like a cheap camo glove, but they are so much more.

Brett Bateman
Reviewed On 01/03/2017

Best hunting glove I've owned, and I've owned a lot. Very good warmth while maintaining good dexterity. Only minor issue for me was I prefer a bit more silicone for added grip on the fingers and palm.

Steve Warner
Reviewed On 09/13/2016

Great glove! Buy them if you need good camo cover for your hands. Fabric allows for awesome dexterity and excellent feel. I use them for September Elk archery hunting in CO. and the index finger feel on the release is perfect. Works well carrying your bow by the string while hiking too. Just enough lite fabric padding to cushion the carry and keeps skin oils off your bow and string. This is not a warm glove but more of a liner. However, it does take a bit of the early morning and late afternoon fall chill off your hands. Excellent product.

Matt D
Reviewed On 08/28/2016

LOVE this glove!
Wore them on a week-long August archery bear and deer hunt in Arizona strictly for camoflauge (not warmth!)
Fit great. Cuffs don't sag or loosen up. Stays tight. Breathable. Maintained dexterity with release. Durable (within reason) in scrub oak and manzanita while hiking/stalking.

Joshua
Reviewed On 09/21/2015

This may be the best glove I've ever owned. I actually own an older model from 2012. I have used them hard from the Alaskan Outback to the rocky hills in Eastern Oregon. I wear them every day, all day while hunting. They allow me enough dexterity to cook my food and eat, tie shoe laces, knots, etc. They keep my hands warm in temperatures into the 30's, and dry out fast when they get wet. Also, my hands stay remarkably warm when these gloves get wet as well. After 3 hard seasons, these gloves are just starting to get holes in some finger tips. As long as Sitka makes this glove, I will own at least one pair.

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